Pediatric Examination for MRCP – Newborn to 30 months

  1. Introduction
    1. Developmental Milestones
    2. Screening Tools
    3. Key Principles
    4. Head Circumference
    5. First Stop, Look, and Listen
    6. Second, Make it a Game
    7. Third, Save the Worst for Last
    8. General Physician Examination
  2. Developmental Anatomy
    1. Major Events in Brain Development
    2. Brain Growth
    3. Neuronal Growth and Organization
    4. Myelination and Development
    5. Cerebral Hemisphere Myelination
  3. New-born: Normal
    1. Behaviour
    2. Cranial Nerves
    3. Tone, Resting Posture
    4. Tone, Upper Extremity Tone
    5. Tone, Arm Traction
    6. Tone, Arm Recoil
    7. Tone, Scarf Sign
    8. Tone, Hand Position
    9. Tone, Lower Extremity Tone
    10. Tone, Leg Traction
    11. Tone, Leg Recoil
    12. Tone, Popliteal Angle
    13. Tone, Heel to Ear
    14. Tone, Neck Tone
    15. Tone, Head Lag
    16. Tone, Head Control
    17. Positions, Prone
    18. Positions, Ventral Suspension
    19. Positions, Vertical Suspension
    20. Reflexes, Deep Tendon Reflexes
    21. Reflexes, Plantar Reflex
    22. Primitive Reflexes, Suck, Root
    23. Primitive Reflexes, Moro Reflex
    24. Primitive Reflexes, Gallant Reflex
    25. Primitive Reflexes, Stepping Reflex
    26. Primitive Reflexes, Grasping Reflex
    27. Head Shape and Sutures
    28. Head Circumference
  4. New-born: Abnormal
    1. Behaviour
    2. Cranial Nerves
    3. Tone, Resting Posture
    4. Tone, Upper Extremity Tone
    5. Tone, Arm Traction
    6. Tone, Arm Recoil
    7. Tone, Scarf Sign
    8. Tone, Hand Position
    9. Tone, Lower Extremity Tone
    10. Tone, Leg Traction
    11. Tone, Leg Recoil
    12. Tone, Popliteal Angle
    13. Tone, Heel to Ear
    14. Tone, Neck Tone
    15. Tone, Head Lag
    16. Tone, Head Control
    17. Positions, Prone
    18. Positions, Ventral Suspension
    19. Positions, Vertical Suspension
    20. Deep Tendon Reflexes
    21. Plantar Reflex
    22. Primitive Reflexes, Suck, Root
    23. Primitive Reflexes, Moro Reflex
    24. Primitive Reflexes, Gallant Reflex
    25. Primitive Reflexes, Stepping
    26. Primitive Reflexes, Grasp
    27. Head Shape and Sutures
    28. Head Circumference
  5. 3 Months
    1. Behaviour
    2. Cranial Nerves
    3. Motor, Upper Extremity Tone
    4. Motor, Hand Movements
    5. Motor, Lower Extremity Tone
    6. Motor, Head and Trunk Control
    7. Positions, Supine
    8. Positions, Prone
    9. Positions, Ventral Suspension
    10. Positions, Vertical Suspension
    11. Deep Tendon Reflexes
    12. Reflexes, Plantar Reflex
    13. Primitive Reflexes, Rooting Reflex
    14. Primitive Reflexes, Moro Reflex
    15. Primitive Reflexes, Gallant Reflex
    16. Primitive Reflexes, Grasping Reflex
    17. Primitive Reflexes, Asymmetric Tonic Neck
  6. 6 Months
    1. Behaviour
    2. Cranial Nerves
    3. Motor, Sitting
    4. Motor, Hand
    5. Motor, Tone
    6. Motor, Traction
    7. Positions, Prone
    8. Deep Tendon Reflexes
    9. Reflexes, Plantar Reflexes
    10. Primitive Reflexes
    11. Postural Reflexes, Positive Support Reflex
    12. Postural Reflexes, Landau Reflex
    13. Postural Reflexes, Lateral Propping
    14. Postural Reflexes, Parachute Reflex
    15. Head Examination
  7. 12 Months
    1. Behaviour, Shy
    2. Behaviour, Social and Language
    3. Cranial Nerves
    4. Motor, Tone
    5. Motor Reflexes, Deep Tendon Reflexes
    6. Motor Reflexes, Plantar Reflex
    7. Motor Postural Reflexes, Parachute
    8. Motor Coordination, Pincer Grasp
    9. Motor Coordination, Beads in the Cup
    10. Motor Coordination, Play Ball
    11. Motor, Transition in and out of Sitting
    12. Motor, Creeping
    13. Motor, Stoop and Recover
    14. Motor Gait, Stand, Walks with Support
    15. Motor Gait, Toddler’s Gait – 7 to 12 Months
    16. Head Circumference
  8. 18 Months
    1. Behaviour Mental Status, Wants
    2. Behaviour, Mental Status, Understanding
    3. Behaviour, Mental Status, Points to Pictures
    4. Behaviour, Mental Status, Points to Body Parts
    5. Cranial Nerves
    6. Fine Motor Regulation, Blocks
    7. Fine Motor Coordination, Beads in Cup
    8. Fine Motor Coordination, Stacking Blocks
    9. Pincer Grasp and Handedness
    10. Fine Motor Coordination, Drawing, Scribbling
    11. Motor Tone
    12. Motor, Deep Tendon Reflexes, Plantar
    13. Motor, Throwing Ball
    14. Motor Gait, Walking
  9. 30 Months
    1. Establishing Relationship
    2. Behaviour Mental Status, Follows Commands
    3. Behaviour Mental Status, Points to Pictures
    4. Behaviour Mental Status, Names Pictures
    5. Behaviour Mental Status, Response to Questions
    6. Pointing to and Naming Body Parts
    7. Fine Motor Coordination, Using Puppets
    8. Fine Motor Coordination, Using Measuring Tape
    9. Fine Motor Coordination, Block Tower
    10. Fine Motor Coordination, Drawing
    11. Motor Tone
    12. Motor Reflexes, Deep Tendon Reflexes
    13. Motor, Kicking and Throwing a Ball
    14. Motor Gait, Walking, Running

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